Figure it’s time to give one of my grandpa’s favorite authors a go. Which of his books should I go for? Also, is he as good as his old marketing would lead you to believe?
>>17280467lmfao look at his fuckin face
>>17280467Rainbow SixSome people still really like him but I never got too into it. Romanticized military dramas, but they’re really long so after rainbow and patriot games I was over it
why would you subject yourself to glow in the dark cuck propaganda? literally open the news or wikipedia or something and read about real american war crimes instead of romanticized fantasy ones
>>17280526Holy shit butterfly just GO AWAY
>>17280508So probably just stick with the titles he’s more known for? (ie: Rainbow Six/Splinter Cell)Does he take his stories in any neat direction like a more tame mgs, or are they more by the books military dramas?
>>17280526Some people like wasting their time with this:>Jack looked out the window as they passed the Mormon temple, just outside the beltway near Connecticut Avenue. A decidedly odd-looking building, it had grandeur with its marble columns and gilt spires. The beliefs represented by that impressive structure seemed curious to Ryan, a lifelong Catholic, but the people who held them were honest and hardworking, and fiercely loyal to their country, because they believed in what America stood for.
The Hunt for Red October (Cold war submarines)**gap**Clear and Present Danger (Drug cartel stuff)Rainbow Six (High speed killers)
>>17280526I kind of agree, but you’re not the book police.And I don’t collect chudjacks. Just stop
>>17280678Imagine knowing literally anything about Mormons and writing this passage.